George Byron Deputy sports editor & rugby writer

George Byron is the rugby writer and deputy sports editor for The Herald and Weekend Post. He won the national Vodacom Superjourno of the Year award in 2013 for his coverage of Super Rugby. He is a previous sports editor of the Evening Post, Weekend Post and Herald.

Southern Kings players face salary cash crisis

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Shockwaves reverberated around the Eastern Cape on Saturday after the board of SA Super Rugby (Pty) Ltd – which trades ...

EP seek new model after Kings liquidated

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Shocked Kings players, who had continued to train after the team were withdrawn from the Currie Cup earlier this month ...

Penxe named in Bok Showdown squad

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Penxe, who caught the eye while playing for the Kings in the Guinness PRO14, joins 32 capped Springboks and  number of ...

Will Springboks make it onto plane for Perth?

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If the Boks do make it onto the plane for the November 7 kickoff , they will be cutting it fine because a member  the ...

Stick, Davids to coach Springbok Showdown teams

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The clash will pit the best local stars and top, up-and-coming talent against each other  as SA Rugby announced its ...

Will Southern Kings or Elephants wave EP’s flag?

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Serious doubts have emerged regarding the continued franchise status  of the Kings after they were forced to withdraw ...

Boks face bitter 2020 season washout

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SA Rugby CEO Jurie has said several hurdled needed to be cleared before  the Boks could travel to Australia to play in ...

Southern Kings player drain set to continue

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With financial problems causing the Kings to pull out of an upcoming SA domes tic tournament, promising players are ...

Leinster coach wants exciting running rugby display in PRO14 final

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Leinster’s semi-final win over Munster was described as a “box kicking festival” and hopes are high that the season’s ...

Lions or Sharks could miss out — Robbi Kempson

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Looking into his crystal ball, Kempson said the men from Bloemfontein will have point to prove when they face the ...

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